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CONTENTS

Oct. 08, 1990
Oct. 08, 1990

Table of Contents
Oct. 8, 1990

Books
Viewpoint
Focus
Red Sox-Blue Jays
Baseball Probe
NFL Rushing
NHL Preview 1990-91
Yak Attack

CONTENTS

26
BOOST FROM THE ROCKET
Roger Clemens's return to action lifted the Boston Red Sox in their battle with the Toronto Blue Jays
BY STEVE WULF

This is an article from the Oct. 8, 1990 issue Original Layout

32
A TIGER TIES ONE ON
A freshman quarterback at Auburn came of age as the Tigers pulled out a 26-26 draw with Tennessee
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

34
BAD JOB, BASEBALL
The commissioner and his men ignored evidence suggesting wrongdoing by persons other than George Steinbrenner
BY JILL LIEBER AND CRAIG NEFF

52
OUT OF THE RUNNING
The rushing games of many NFL teams have all but ground I a halt. Here's why the ballcarriers have slipped
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

108
YAK ATTACK
All over the country, radio airwaves are roiling with rage. Is this Armageddon? No. just call-in sports programs
BY GEOFFREY NORMAN

NHL 1990-91

58
THE BUCKS START HERE
This off-season the Blues made two players very rich, and the fallout has been felt throughout the league
BY JAY GREENBERG

THE WEST IS BEST
The Oilers and the Flames are the class of the league. In '90, Edmonton got the Cup. Now it's Calgary's turn
BY JAY GREENBERG

RETURN OF THE NATIVE
Better late—by 10 years—than never, Denis Savard is right where he belongs, with his hometown Canadiens
BY MICHAEL FARBER

DEPARTMENTS

8
LETTERS

21
SCORECARD

96
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

102
BASEBALL

104
PRO FOOTBALL

131
FOR THE RECORD

132
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY NEIL LEIFER

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIERA MONSTER SERIES: Everyone in Boston, including this scoreboard denizen, was up for the national anthem—and the action that followed—as the Red Sox took on the Blue Jays (page 26).